English is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.
It’s the second most common language after Mandarin, with an estimated 99 million speakers.
But despite the huge amount of English spoken in the country, there are plenty of other languages that are more widely spoken and spoken in less than half the time.
What are these other languages and how do they compare?1.
Arabic and Hebrew There are two major languages spoken in Lebanon, Arabic and English.
The word Arabic is used to mean both Arabic and Arabic-speaking.
Arabic-language Arabic is spoken in several Arab countries and has been spoken in some parts of the Middle East for thousands of years.
Arabic is also spoken in parts of North Africa, and is spoken by a large number of people in the Middle Eastern countries.
The first recorded written reference to Arabic is by Muhammad ibn Mas’ud, the seventh caliph, in the first century A.D.2.
Armenian and Kurdish There are several other languages spoken across the Middle and Central Asia, and a large part of the world is still not fully bilingual.
Turkish is spoken most widely in the Caucasus and Turkey, and Kurdish is spoken mostly in parts in the Central Asian countries of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Iran.
Kurdish is the official language of Azerbaijan and is a compulsory subject in schools.
Armenian is spoken mainly in Armenia and in parts across the Turkish-Syrian border.3.
French There are a number of languages spoken throughout the French region, from the Caribbean to southern France.
French is spoken everywhere, but the region has many languages that aren’t spoken in France.
Some of these are: Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian and Ukrainian.4.
Ukrainian There are also some local languages spoken by some Ukrainians.
These include Russian, Ukrainian and Serbian, although they’re spoken in different regions.
The Russian language is spoken throughout Russia and is used as a lingua franca and as a medium of communication between people from all over the world, including in the United States.
There are about 200,000 speakers of Russian as of 2018, according to the National Endowment for Democracy.5.
ArabicThere are a lot of Arabic-speakers around the world including in Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Morocco and Sudan.
The Arabic-English dictionary defines Arabic as “the language of the Arabs and of their peoples in the Levant and their territories” (الله كريق بالقراد والطوب الشوخة بمع صاصف، في الخير الطاحز).6.
EnglishThere are over 1,000 English-speaking languages, including some spoken by people who are native English speakers.
Some languages are spoken by many different people, but are still widely spoken.
The main difference between English and Arabic is the amount of emphasis placed on words like “here” and “here”.
Many people who live in the UK, for example, are very familiar with English and use it to communicate with people who aren’t native English speaking speakers.7.
UrduUrdu is one such language spoken in Pakistan, which has a population of about 12 million people.
Uruddin Khosravi, a professor at the University of the Punjab, says Urdu is spoken more than one million times a day in Pakistan.
Urur-e-Azam, which translates to “my home tongue”, is a word meaning “a home tongue”.
Urdu also has a lot in common with Arabic, being a language that is spoken from the Gulf of Aden to the Indian Ocean.8.
ChineseUrdu, as well as Chinese, is the most common regional language in the Chinese diaspora.
Chinese has a wide range of official languages spoken both in China and outside of China.
Many Chinese dialects of English have been adopted by local Chinese speakers who are not fluent in English.9.
ItalianThe Italian language has been around for a long time and is sometimes used as the national language of Italy.
In some parts, however, the Italian language is not a national language and has different local and regional versions.
Italian is spoken primarily in northern Italy, such as the north-eastern Italian region of Sardinia, the region in which the Sardinian capital is located.10.
PortugueseIn some parts in Africa, the Portuguese language is often spoken by the majority of people, even though it is not the official state language.
In other parts, it is spoken only by a small minority of people.
Portuguese is spoken widely in Portuguese-speaking countries such as Brazil, the southernmost of these countries, and Portugal is the main Portuguese-language state language in Angola.11.
GermanIn Germany, German is the second-most spoken language after English.
German has an estimated 2.5 million